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debouch to advance out of a confined or narrow space such as a canyon into open country. [4 definitions]
debrief to question (an astronaut, soldier, or the like) in order to obtain any information gathered during a mission.
debris scattered fragments, as after an act of destruction; ruins; rubble. [2 definitions]
debt something owed to another, such as money or services. [3 definitions]
debtless combined form of debt.
debt of honor a debt incurred in gambling.
debtor one who owes a debt to another.
debug (informal) to eliminate errors or malfunctioning parts in, esp. computer programs and computers or other complex electronic systems. [3 definitions]
debunk to expose or ridicule the falseness or exaggerations of (a claim, theory, or the like).
debut a person's first public appearance, as on stage or in concert. [5 definitions]
debutante a girl being formally presented to society.
Dec. abbreviation of "December," the twelfth month of the Gregorian calendar year, having thirty-one days.
deca- ten.
decadal relating to the number ten or pertaining to a decade.
decade a unit of time equal to ten years. [2 definitions]
decadence a decline into immorality; loss of moral values. [2 definitions]
decadent characterized by a fall into an inferior state; decaying; degenerate. [3 definitions]
decaffeinated having had the natural caffeine removed; having little or no caffeine.
decagon in geometry, a ten-sided plane figure.
decagram a unit of weight equal to ten grams or 0.353 ounce.
decahedron in geometry, a ten-faced solid figure.